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Podcast

Welcome to Glasgow Short Film Festival’s podcast, available here and on all major podcast platforms. 

The podcast is produced by Halina Rifai from Glasgow Podcart and A Sonic Hug, with music by Lewis den Hertog.

Episode 11: Writer and curator Sara Greavu leads a discussion with Barbed Wire Love strand curators Peter Taylor and Myrid Carten, and filmmakers Mariah Garnett (Trouble), Desmond Bell (Dancing on Narrow Ground) and Margo Harkin (Hush-a-Bye Baby).
Episode 10: The GSFF team discuss the fourteenth edition of the festival, whilst guest curators Natasha Ruwona (Black Spacial Imaginaries), Peter Taylor and Myrid Carten (Barbed Wire Love), Jessica McGoff (Big Dog Energy) and Sean Welsh (The Three Worlds of Nick) talk about the strands they have programmed this year.
Episode 9: Laura Rantanen, the recipient of the 2019 Bill Douglas Award, talks to 2020 Bill Douglas Award winner, Danish-Palestinian filmmaker Mahdi Fleifel about his film 3 Logical Exits.
Episode 8: French multimedia artist and visual arts teacher Pamela Pianezza talks to 2019 Bill Douglas Award winner, Finnish documentary filmmaker Laura Rantanen about her film Liminality & Communitas.
Episode 7: Daniel Ebner, Artistic Director of Vienna Shorts talks to 2018 Bill Douglas Award winner, French filmmaker Shalimar Preuss about her film Strange Says The Angel.
Episode 6: Bristol-based film critic, writer and programmer Tara Judah talks to 2017 Bill Douglas Award winner Douwe Dijkstra about his film Green Screen Gringo.
Episode 5: UK producer Ohna Falby talks to 2016 Bill Douglas Award winner Anwar Boulifa about his film A Short Guide to Re-Entry.
Episode 4: Glasgow Short Film Festival Co-Director Sanne Jehoul talks to 2015 Bill Douglas Award Winner, Dutch filmmaker Morgan Knibbe about his film Shipwreck.
Episode 3: German curator and programmer Sarah Adam talks to 2014 Bill Douglas Award winner, Chinese filmmaker Zhu Rikun about his film The Questioning.
Episode 2: Danish-French filmmaker Caroline Sascha Cogez talks to 2013 Bill Douglas Award winner Leonardo Sette about Enraged Pigs, co-directed with Isabel Penoni.
Episode 1: Ian Sellar (Co-Head of Fiction, National Film & Television School) talks to the first-ever Bill Douglas Award winner Jacob Secher Schulsinger (Fini, 2012)
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